13 September 2017
Local ethnics return home on Tuesday after fleeing from attacks of ARSA extremist terrorists, according to the report of the office of the commander in chief.
Among the ethnic nationals who fled their native places due to the attacks of ARSA extremist terrorists in Rakhine State, some of those who are taking shelter at the local battalions in Buthidaung Township are returning home as peace and security could have been restored thanks to the systematic regional security and rule of law operations being conducted by security forces.
A total of 1,472 local people from the relief camps from the local battalions in Kyeinchaung (ႀကိမ္ေခ်ာင္း), Taungpyowletwe (ေတာင္ၿပိဳလက္၀ဲ), Ngakyitauk (ငါးက်ည္ေတာက္) Village, Indin (အင္းဒင္) Village and Wakhotchaung (၀ါးခုတ္ေခ်ာင္း) Station returned home today. During their way home, they were escorted by security troops.
Photos – Commander-In-Chief’s Office